Volume 48

The 48th Algonquian Conference was held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 13–16 October 2016. It was organized by Margaret Noodin at the Electa Quinney Institute of the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. This fully refereed volume was edited by Monica Macaulay and Margaret Noodin.


Monica Macaulay and Margaret Noodin


Antti Arppe, Katherine Schmirler, Miikka Silfverberg, Mans Huldén, and Arok Wolvengrey

Insights from Computational Modeling of the Derivational Structure of Plains Cree Stems

Aubrée Boissard

Semantic and Aspectual Considerations on Transitive Passives in Innu

Vincent Collette

Paradigm Leveling in South East Cree Verbal Inflections

David J. Costa

Rounding Dissimilation in Miami-Illinois

Amy Dahlstrom

Embedded Questions in Meskwaki: Syntax and Information Structure

Ives Goddard

The Kansas Unami Writings of Ira D. Blanchard, Pioneering Algonquian Linguist

Philip S. LeSourd

Second-Position Enclitics Occur within Constituents in Maliseet-Passamaquoddy

Robert E. Lewis, Jr.

Theme Signs in Potawatomi as Object Agreement and the Inverse

Hunter Thompson Lockwood

Revisiting the Position of Potawatomi in (Central) Algonquian

Cherry Meyer

The Status of Classifying Morphemes in Ojibwe

Mizuki Miyashita

Pitch and Intensity of Lexical Accent in Blackfoot

Campbell Nilsen

Revisiting the Historical Context of Some Menominee Morphophonological Rules

Margaret Noodin

A Raptor Collaboration Centered on Language and Culture

Carl Schaefer

Alford’s Shawnee Translation of the Gospels

Katherine Schmirler, Attigus G. Harrigan, Antti Arppe, and Arok Wolvengrey

Plains Cree Verbal Derivational Morphology: A Corpus Investigation

Barbara Sylliboy, Elizabeth Paul, Serge Paul, Arlene Stevens, and Dianne Friesen

The Light Verb -eke in Mi’kmaq

Jimena Terraza

A Pedagogical Grammar of Moose Cree for Second Language Learners